There are many changes taking place to how people find Ticketed Spaces. From a more convenient payment system, to more accurate tracking and recording of spaces, to a panel of industry experts to help you protect your community, there are a number of new features coming down the pipeline.
Recorded Spaces feature
If you’re a Twitter fan you may have noticed that there is now a new recording feature available. This new feature is only for the iOS and Android apps. Before this, only a select group of hosts had access to the record button.
This new recording feature lets hosts use a variety of features to promote their Spaces. From tweeting about the session to scheduling the recording, this feature gives you a number of options to promote your Space.
In order to record a Space, you’ll need to prepare a room and set a recording time. You can then begin the recording by tapping the “Start” button. To finish recording, simply tap the “End” button. When you’re finished, you’ll see a confirmation pop-up box.
There is also a new’save’ feature for the Spaces feature. Once you have recorded a Space, you can download it and share it with other users. The download will be in a ZIP file. After you save the download, it will be stored for 30 days.
Changes to how people find Ticketed Spaces
Changes to how people find Ticketed Spaces on Twitter could mean new opportunities for creators and brands. These are live audio broadcasts that appear on the Twitter app. For a small fee, users can join the Spaces.
Users can also host Spaces themselves. They can set the size of the space, ticket prices and number of tickets. The creator can get 80% of ticket revenue after excluding Apple and Google’s fees.
Twitter introduced Spaces last year. It’s a way for users to hear live broadcasts, talk to others and create their own audio experience. During the public testing phase, Twitter offered some of its creators a chance to monetize their Spaces by offering their own paid spaces.
In June, Twitter opened applications for creators to monetize their Spaces. This was followed by a pilot program for the Shop Module tool. Now, users can buy items without leaving the app.
Creating a panel of industry experts
The Twitter Ticketed Spaces feature is not new, but it is getting a major makeover. Over the next few days, Android users in the US will get the chance to test out this new feature. As a bonus, the Twitter Ticketed Spaces feature will also allow creators to charge for their wares, as well as promote their own ticketed events to their followers. This will be a great way for Twitter to differentiate itself from competitors and monetize live events in a way that’s more traditional.
There are a few ways to get started with Ticketed Spaces. First, you can apply to be a part of the test pool. Second, you can sign up for reminders when a Space is about to start. Third, you can even schedule Spaces to happen on future dates.
Setting up reliable payment systems
Ticketed Spaces is a nifty little service on Twitter that allows creators to host events. In order to make use of it, you have to be 18 and have over one thousand followers. For good measure, you’ll also have to pay for the privilege of using the service. The company says it’s a “first for the Android market.” It’s a clever feature, as it’s a win-win for both parties. You get to sell your access to the space to a willing buyer, and the service pays you for it. On the downside, you might be stuck sifting through a crowd of bots if you’re not careful.
Twitter has been rolling out ticketed Spaces to Android users for quite some time, but they are now making it available to all iOS users in the US. The feature first rolled out for iOS users in late August, but it has been available for Android users since June. This is an important change as Twitter is aiming to differentiate itself from its competitors, such as Instagram and Clubhouse. It has also launched themed stations and live chat inside Communities.
To get started with the service, you’ll need to be 18 and have at least 1,000 followers. In order to join other users’ spaces, you’ll need to protect your tweets by purchasing a ticket, which will give you access to other accounts. Once you’ve acquired a ticket, you’ll be able to host events in your space, allowing other people to purchase tickets. However, you’ll be paying a third of your earnings to Twitter.